This week’s reviews are full of images, rhythms and sounds.
The Other Women – Sean Brosnan struggles to laugh.
Tracks – Daire Walsh goes down under.
This week’s reviews are fuelled with experimental serum
The Past – David Prendeville checks out The Past.
This week’s releases are alien seducers.
Plot for Peace – Richard Drumm checks out a fast-paced and fascinating look into a turbulent period of history.
Under the Skin – Donnchadh Tiernan gets seduced.
The Zero Theorem – Sarah Griffin follows Terry Gilliam into the rabbit-hole.
This week’s reviews are in the nip.
The Stag – Heather Browning joins the lads on their stag.
Wake in Fright – Richard Drumm ventures into the Outback.
This week’s reviews are immortal
Only Lovers Left Alive – Deirdre Mc Mahon sinks her teeth into ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’.
Stalingrad – Donnchadh Tiernan goes AWOL.
Stranger by the Lake – Stephen McNeice wades into Alain Guiraudie ‘s mysterious, erotic and dangerous thriller.
This week’s reviews fancy your OS
Bastards – Richard Drumm puts the pieces together.
Endless Love – Chris Lavery gets romantic.
Her – Richard Drumm turns it off and on again.
The Lego Movie – Stacy Grouden constructs a case for The Lego Movie.
The Monuments Men – Sarah Griffin on the Clooney effect.
This week’s reviews serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law.
Dallas Buyers Club – James Phelan buys into the McConaissance.
Mr Peabody and Sherman – James Phelan pleads the case for kids’ animations.
Robocop – Dead or alive, you’re going with Richard Drumm.
This week’s reviews tested positive
That Awkward Moment – Stacy Grouden on unfulfilled promises.